Living at Stevens

The Office of Residential and Dining Services and the Office of Residential Education are committed to providing a safe, supportive and comfortable living and learning environment that nurtures each student and promotes their growth and development. Living at Stevens leads to some of the most exciting and rewarding times of a student’s life. Most Stevens undergraduate students live in Stevens housing (both on and off campus).

Housing contracts are a full year commitment. A housing security deposit is assessed once and returned when the student leaves Stevens. There is a cancellation fee assessed to any students who cancel their housing application.

At Stevens, all residence halls have completely furnished rooms including bed, desk, dresser and closet or wardrobe. All rooms have state-of-the-art Wi-Fi connection service to the campus network, cable TV access and complimentary laundry facilities.

New student residences are located throughout campus just steps from classrooms, laboratories, dining, and recreational facilities. We provide Stevens Leased Housing within the City of Hoboken for upper-class students.

On Campus Housing

UCC University Towers, the two new residence halls housing approximately 900 undergraduate students on 19 and 21 floors, respectively. All student rooms have expansive glass windows to allow for plenty of natural light and for an outstanding view of either the New York City skyline or the Stevens campus and the City of Hoboken.

Davis Hall, Humphreys Hall, and Castle Point Hall provide double and triple occupancy housing for new students.

Palmer Hall houses 90 upper-class students in singles and quads.

Jonas Hall has double and triple rooms with private bathrooms in each room.

River Terrace Apartments provide 2 to 7 person apartments with double and single rooms. All suites include private bath and kitchenette.

Special Interest Housing

Lore-El (Center for Women’s Leadership) is located at 802 Castle Point Terrace. It is a beautiful Victorian-style residential house located on the Stevens campus and focuses on Women in STEM fields.

Fraternity and Sorority Housing: offers unique and valuable living opportunities. Eligibility to live in a Greek house is determined by each organization.

Graduate Student Housing

Most Stevens graduate students live in their own apartments in Hoboken, N.J., as well as other cities in the surrounding area. A small number of graduate students live in Stevens Leased Housing. Graduate students are not housed on campus.